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Visual Pollution

Name: Ignatius A.J. Kabuye                                              Lesson Plan   Visual Pollution         

                                                                                                          Cooperating teacher’s signature / date

Date: Spring 2013                                  (Before lesson is presented to class/students)

A.    Subject: Environmental Health

B.    Grade level/age: 6th Grade

C.    Topic/Title: Visual Pollution

D.    Time Frame: 50 min lesson 6th Grade

A.    Grade Level Expectation(s)/ Course Level Expectation(s): (Must be written out.)

 GLE Health p48 4A





B.    Student learning objective/s:

Upon completion of the lesson the students will be able to identify Visual Pollution, it's causes, effects, and preventions.





Materials: Power Point, Ball, Quiz



Sources: (include web sites)


      1.  recall                 X                  

      2. skill/concept          ______   

      3. strategic thinking   ______   

      4.  extended thinking     _______


  1. Opening:  (assess prior knowledge, entice, hook, state purpose)

Video in regards to Visual Pollution will be played.

Ask students questions in regards to Visual Pollution.

Explain Visual Pollution in its precise definition


  1. Explanation: ( Please number components sequentially.)

·       Model/demonstrate content/skills

Students will be instructed through lecture, informative videos, and game.




·       Shared/interactive practice

The students will talk amongst themselves in regards to being able to identify preventions of Visual Pollution. Students will then say aloud the preventions they discussed. Students will play a game of which the rules consist of:

·       Two teams on both sides of the classroom

·       Questions on Visual Pollution will be asked to individual on each team

·       That student may seek help from team members

·       The student has 30 seconds to answer the question

·       If that person gets the question right they receive a point

·       If the student answers the question wrong the opposing team may capitalize and answer question correctly for additional point

·       For bonus points they have the option of throwing a ball through a hoop made by their teammates arms

·       If the student throws the ball through the hoop to teammate and they catch the ball the team receives an additional point

·       If the teammate drops the ball their team then loses a point




·       Independent practice/application

The students will write down individually ways of which they can help treat Visual Pollution. Several students will be called on to share their ideas with the class.




  1.  Evaluation:  (Include one copy of each.)

·       By teacher (of objective)

Game will be played testing the students’ knowledge on the subject of Visual Pollution. Assessment before and after the lesson will take place.

·       Student self-evaluation of own learning

Students will take a quiz covering everything learned in class.


D.    Closing:  ( review, transition)

Class will answer questions in regards to material covered during the lesson.


  1.  Differentiated Instruction: (Use PARTICULAR acronym.)



  1. Lesson Reflection:  (Complete on a separate page.  See scoring guide for details.)